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    Tenant/leaseholder worship garden trees

    Hi folks

    Here there is block of flats which have a massive communal garden which supposedly be allowed to access to the residents living there. But bizarrely there is only one resident who either is a private tenant or a leaseholder stop to almost everyone to don't access it especially all the trees on left side which is right in front of his window where he sit all day to monitor these. Also shockingly even if the tree leaves/branches falls due to heavy winds even then he points finger on others and shout a lot by claiming of being religiously & racially offended and he will call police. Most often his main target includes minor kids, old people on them he inhumanly roar. So how should this situation be resolved where he worship most of the trees and don't want anyone near to these.

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